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Old 12-03-2012, 09:20 PM
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What a happy dream to wake up from. I like to think our goldens are all running free and happy after they leave this earth.
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:02 PM
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Definitely a happy dream!! What a wonderful thing to be shown and I know it was wonderful to see Belle! If only it was longer!
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I can only post this to my Bridge Family. Others might think its crazy. I had a dream last night that I was at my childhood home in the backyard. There were about 20 Golden's running around. I got to see Belle who I lost 1 1/2 ago. However, I thought it was interesting to see the other Golden's. I couldn't figure out why they were all there. Wondering, if it was God's way of showing me the bridge, but using part of my past not to give away it's majestic identity. It was a quick dream, trying to find one of my babies. Nothing more or less.
Reading this gave me chills. In a good way. I had a dream shortly after my Lucy (dog) passed and others were around but only I could see her. I got to touch her, feel her and kiss her. I also had a similar dream like that shortly after my Mom passed. She said to me "Honey, you know, when you see me in your dreams, I'm really with you"


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Reading this gave me chills. In a good way. I had a dream shortly after my Lucy (dog) passed and others were around but only I could see her. I got to touch her, feel her and kiss her. I also had a similar dream like that shortly after my Mom passed. She said to me "Honey, you know, when you see me in your dreams, I'm really with you"


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Thank you for sharing your story.
I know it's hard for many of us to say goodbye. It's nice with the hope that we can get a glimpse of how they are doing.
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What a comforting dream! I love that you got to see your Belle!

My 18 year old cat passed away in 2011 and 10 days later our 15 year old dog passed. Shortly afterwards, I had a dream that still leaves me shaking my head. My cat always slept on top of the covers between my feet. In my dream it was just an ordinary day, I was just waking up and I could feel my Katy between my feet. I carefully got up out of bed so as not to disturb her and stepped over my dog Sophie who was sleeping on the rug beside the bed.

When I came fully awake, the spot on the bed and the rug were slightly warm as though my girls had actually been there! It always makes me smile when I think about that dream.
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What a comforting dream! I love that you got to see your Belle!

My 18 year old cat passed away in 2011 and 10 days later our 15 year old dog passed. Shortly afterwards, I had a dream that still leaves me shaking my head. My cat always slept on top of the covers between my feet. In my dream it was just an ordinary day, I was just waking up and I could feel my Katy between my feet. I carefully got up out of bed so as not to disturb her and stepped over my dog Sophie who was sleeping on the rug beside the bed.

When I came fully awake, the spot on the bed and the rug were slightly warm as though my girls had actually been there! It always makes me smile when I think about that dream.
I love that experience. Really cool. My first love died many years ago. I have dreams about him at least once a year. I usually run into his arms for a big hug then tell him I am married now. He always says that's ok, you can hug me.
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Thank you for sharing your dream. i believe in some way that it's our loved ones way of showing us that they are ok and they are always with us.
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